Problem description: Female, 17 years old, started to feel fatigued after a certain dysmenorrhea in November last year. After the winter vacation at home, after drinking some Chinese medicine to replenish qi and blood, I felt better. After two weeks of running exercises after school started this year, I started to feel weak again, unable to walk, heavy eyelids, and I wanted to sleep.
Question date:2021-04-23
Patient information:Age: 17 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, from the perspective of symptoms, it should be called Qi and blood deficiency in Chinese medicine, so you can go to the Chinese medicine department and take oral Chinese medicine for treatment. This is Western medicine, so the current examinations that need to be done are to check the blood routine, to see if anemia is not anemia, and to do a b-ultrasound to see if there is dysmenorrhea caused by adenomyosis.
Guiding suggestions: It is recommended that regular public hospitals first go to the gynecology department, check the blood routine, and do a gynecological color Doppler ultrasound. Check the blood routine to see if there is anemia, and also look at the number of white blood cells and platelets, because patients with low white blood cells or low red blood cells are prone to fatigue.
Suggestions are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please check in the hospital